ENERGY TRANSFER REACTIONS INVOLVING METASTABLE SPECIES OF ATMOSPHERIC INTEREST.
Final rept. 1 Feb 69-31 Jan 70,
STANFORD RESEARCH INST MENLO PARK CALIF
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Energy transfer reactions of electronically excited atomic and diatomic species were studied. The excited species were created by vacuum ultraviolet irradiation of simple molecules, with image-tube spectrographs and filtered photomultipliers being utilized to detect and monitor emission features. Quantum yields for excited states were deduced from absolute intensity measurements. A pulsed photolysis-signal integration system was used to determine absolute rate coefficients for energy transfer reactions of Osinglet S, N2A triplet Sigmau, and Ndoublet D. Osinglet D and COA singlet Pi were also studied. Resonance fluorescence scattering was used to measure Otriplet P, COX singlet Sigma, and NOX doublet Pir. Author
- Atmospheric Physics
- Radiation and Nuclear Chemistry